Japanese designer Teruhiro Hasegawa, a recent Central Saint Martins BA and MA womenswear graduate, was awarded with the Chloé award 1st Prize and Jane Rapley Scholarship. He worked as an intern at Lanvin for 6 months during the BA studies. His graduate collection was influenced by the internship at Lanvin, The Blood of a Poet by Jean Cocteau and Helmut Newton’s photographs. Teruhiro Hasegawa conveyed sheer chiffon into the sculptural silhouettes in a monochromatic palette teamed up with hues of crimson red. Skin hugging masks and gloves made from nylon geared up the looks. His collection manifested conceptual, feminine and contemporary creations.